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Cryptocommerce Vol. 4

It was a busy last four weeks! First off, tons of fantastic NFT-related events: NFT.NYC took place i
Cryptocommerce Vol. 4
By OpenSea • Issue #4 • View online

It was a busy last four weeks! First off, tons of fantastic NFT-related events: NFT.NYC took place in New York, the team went to ETHDenver, and we’ll be at Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this coming week.
If you weren’t able to attend the event in NYC, check out the videos. A few highlights featuring the OpenSea team include panels on blockchain gaming, interoperability, and a talk about building open economies for NFT’s.
On the feature front, the team has been super impressed with the community’s response to our eBay-style auction feature, with lots of great feedback, over 500 auctions created, and some very exciting bidding wars. As a fast follow, we recently launched support for bidding and English-auctioning bundles. Check out the selection of bundle auctions here.

NFT Gaming Panel at NFT.NYC
NFT Gaming Panel at NFT.NYC
New projects and collaborations
Tokenary wins the 0x + CoinList Hackathon
Plasma Bears hits OpenSea
Alto.io Partners Up with Antler Interactive to Bring the World’s First AR Racing Game on the Blockchain
imToken and OpenSea Collaborate on a Seamless Mobile NFT Experience
Reading and listening
Digital Art in the Blockchain Era: An Interview with John Orion Young
How Digital Scarcity is Revolutionizing Gaming: Devin Finzer of Open Sea on Wyre Talks
Building a simple NFT dispenser
Earning Bounties: An Introduction to OpenSea’s Affiliate Program
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